Table of contents for Reproducing racism in elite law schools : white institutional space and racial inequality / Wendy Leo Moore.

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION: GEORGETOWN DIXIE							 2
1. White Space									 9
2. Historically White Law Schools and the Deep 
 Structure of White Institutional Space						 46
3. Legal Myths and the Discourse of Abstract 
 Individualism									 86
4. We Give Them the Moon, But Still They Complain: 
 Colorblind Racism in the Law Schools						115
5. "Wow - You are Really Articulate": Law Students 
 of Color Negotiating White Space						152
6. Still Asking Too Much								188
Conclusion: In the Elephant							222
Bibliography:										247 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Law -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects -- United States.
Law schools -- Social aspects -- United States.
African American law students -- United States.
Racism -- United States.